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A Century of War

War and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryOther Schools of Thought

11/25/2006Mises Daily Articles
The most accurate description of the twentieth century is "The War and Welfare Century." This century was the bloodiest in all history. More than 170 million people were killed by governments with ten million being killed in World War I and fifty million killed in World War II. In regard to the...
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The Hiroshima Myth

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyOther Schools of Thought

08/02/2006Mises Daily Articles
Now that we live in the nuclear age and there are enough nuclear weapons spread around the world to destroy civilization, we need to face the fact that America is the only country to have used this awful weapon and that it was unnecessary to have done so.
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Six Months that Changed the World

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History

07/28/2005Audio/Video
John V. Denson discusses the world-changing events that happened between January and June 1919: disastrous decisions that resulted in creating a platform for Hitler to rise in Germany, the Second World War, and beyond.
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War vs. American Freedom

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

03/01/2004Audio/Video
Recorded at the Mises Institute, May 1994.
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Origins of War: Civil War and World War I

War and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryPolitical Theory

03/01/2004Audio/Video
Mises was well-versed in history, but many economists are not. History must be understood and revised. Wilson distorted the truth about how America entered WWI. The propaganda was not to be questioned. Wrong lessons are taught. The 1929 depression was displayed as proof that the free market had...
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Tricking Us Into War: The Cases of Lincoln and Roosevelt

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

03/01/2004Audio/Video
Recorded at the Reassessing the Presidency seminar; March 2004.
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A Century of War

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

04/24/2002Essays in Political Economy
The most accurate description of the twentieth century is "The War and Welfare Century." This century was the bloodiest in all history. More than 170 million people were killed by governments with ten million being killed in World War I and fifty million killed in World War II.
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